Those who really want to get away from it all can book Burnbank, a self catering traditional crofting cottage around the bay on Canna's satellite island of Sanday.
Burnbank sleeps four in two twin rooms, and has all mod cons, including broadband connection and a telephone.
To enquire about staying at Burnbank, call 01687 462829
Come and visit our great little Island and stay in a lovely sheltered campsite with fantastic views.
We have brought together everything that you will need for a great holiday at Canna Campsite.
Check out the website for more details - cannacampsite.com
Tighard Guest House
There are three rooms - one double, and two twins, one of which is en suite. The other rooms each have their own private bathroom. There is also a comfortable residents' lounge.
Tighard is up the hill behind Canna House and has beautiful views across Sanday to Rum.
Café Canna is a little licensed café on the shores of Isle of Canna Harbour serving fresh, wholesome Scottish produce, fresh seafood, light snacks and refreshments.
Open for evening meals, lunches, lights snacks and refreshments. They also have free wifi and access to weather forecast for the days ahead. In peak season it can get pretty busy so best to make a reservation for your evening meal.
Visit www.cafecanna.co.uk to book your evening meal.
Post Office & Phonebox
Our cute little Post Office is open in the summer 6 days a week from 10am till 4pm. We also have a red phone box next door which is handy to make calls as there is no mobile reception on the island.
The community shop is situated a short walk from the Pier and visitors can buy an assortment of gifts and handmade crafts from the Island as well as some grocery items.
The shop is based on an honesty system and a percentage of the money raised goes back into the community fund and helps support community projects.
NTS Ranger Service
The NTS Canna Ranger Service aims to look after and promote the natural heritage of Canna and Sanday. The islands are comprised of a rich variety of habitats including coastal grassland and machair, wet and dry heath, blanket bog, steep maritime cliffs, basalt columns and grazed pasture that are home to a diverse range of wildlife species. The islands and surrounding marine habitat feature 20,000 seabirds including puffin and guillemot, numerous birds of prey including both Golden Eagle and White-Tailed (Sea) Eagle, corncrake, breeding waders, otters, basking sharks, cetaceans including bottle-nose dolphin and minke whale, butterflies, moths and a vast range of flora, fungi and lichens.
Our role includes biological monitoring and surveying of these amazing habitats and species, guided walks showcasing the natural and archaeological heritage of Canna, visitor and community engagement, environmental education and practical conservation tasks. Our aim is to care for, share knowledge and promote the natural heritage of these islands. Look out for events that we will be running throughout the year. Keep updated on our activities and the wildlife of Canna by following our Canna Ranger Service Twitter account - https://twitter.com/CannaRangersNTS
Private guided walks available!
Contact Mike and Gillian on 01687 462563 or and
We have ten secure community moorings which provide a safe stay for visiting yachts.The moorings are priced at £10.00 per yacht per night and this can be paid in the community shop by putting the money in the moorings box.
The Isle of Canna Community Development Trust are members of WHAM. The West Highland Anchorages and Moorings Association.
Toilet & Shower Facilities
Toilets are located at the pier, in the community shop and at the square. The showers are also located at the square and cost £1.
At the pier there are large refuse containers and recycling for plastic and bottles. We also have bins places around the island for any plastic you see while you're out and about.